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Just about everyone now knows someone who’s had the coronavirus…
And you may have even had it yourself!
If you had it…or even think you had it…you might be living right now with the notorious struggles to catch your breath that often follow the infection…
Oh My God, you think: “I might never breathe properly again!”
New research confirms the bad news: Covid-19 often means living with lung problems long after the infection is gone…
But there’s some hope…
The research reveals how to get your all-important lung capacity back–so you can literally breathe easier even after suffering the worst this infection can throw your way.
Apparently, many people who’ve caught the virus have gone untested…
Maybe the infection seemed too mild to warrant a hospital visit…
Or, after consultation, they were advised to receive home-based care.
But millions have ended up in hospital–including many who needed critical care such as supplementary oxygen using a ventilator.
But Covid-19 is the greatest equalizer of all time–from the mild cases to the most critical–anyone who’s been hospitalized for the infection has the potential to face lasting damage…
Including potential damage to the lungs, heart, and more.
The new study finds that 88% of hospitalized coronavirus patients have lung damage 6 weeks after the infection–the kind of damage that can lead to what you might be feeling right now if you’re sick:-
…and the feeling that you just can’t get all the air you need!
But on the flip-side, there’s also some good news…
The study shows how your lungs can heal from that damage.
By 12 weeks, the 88% was down to 56%…and the scientists believe that over time, that number will continue to shrink.
The study also reveals the key to a faster return to normal–and that’s the one thing many of us skimp on after respiratory infections such as pneumonia…
Rehab may start right in the hospital at the pulmonary unit, where it’s easier to follow because they’re guiding you through it.
But you also have to do it at home, on your own–whether you were hospitalized or not.
The study shows why you should keep puffing.
In a separate study on the most severe cases, only 16% were able to walk a normal distance without getting winded–the way they could before the infection.
After 3 weeks of rehab, that number nearly tripled to 43%.
And even though that wasn’t good enough…
It’s still a big step in the right direction, and the indications are that the number could also continue to improve over time.
So, don’t skimp on rehab–get enough of it!
When you’re referred back home with exercises and breathing activities, follow through…because they could be the key to reclaiming your lung power back!
Have you read these articles?: https://my-health-wealth.com/heart-attack-rehab-in-the-wake-of-covid-19
Sample them to enhance your knowledge about what to do in the event of Covid-19 infection.
To your prime health.
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